Hindou Oumarou Ibrahim is an indigenous woman from the Mbororo pastoralist community of Chad. She is a Coordinator of the Indigenous Women and Peoples Association of Chad (AFPAT), a community based organization. Hindou is a member of the Executive committee of the Indigenous Peoples of Africa Coordinating Committee (IPACC), in which she is a representative of the Congo Basin Region, with a background in indigenous peoples' rights and environment protection with the three Rio Conventions. She has written numerous publications, consultation, articles and documents on Biodiversity, Climate Change and Desertification.
Hindou is expert in adaptation and mitigation of Indigenous peoples on Climate Change, traditional knowledge on the adaptation of pastoralists in Africa, and an expert on women and climate change in Africa. She is also a Policy board Member of the United Nations - Indigenous Peoples Partnership (UNIPP) and the Reseau Climate & Development and RPP Chad National committee. She is the chair of recruitment and Co-Chair of the Pan-African Alliance Climate Justice (PACJA). She has organised four International workshops over the last three years on Sciences knowledge and traditional knowledge. She is fluent in French, English and Arabic.